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Founded in 2006, the Charleston Law Review (CLR) is the Charleston School of Law's flagship journal and publishes articles on all areas of law and public policy by professors and practitioners from across the United States.

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In Fall 2009, Will Cook was beginning his third year as an assistant professor at Charleston School of Law and Katie (Fowler) Monoc (’09) was beginning her final year as a law student.

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